Virgin Media's wireless broadband network on the London Underground has already delivered almost three million sessions, it has been revealed.
Since the Wi-Fi network was launched earlier this summer, users have logged on to use the internet a total of 2.7 million times.
This figure is rising all the time as sports fans utilise the network to keep up to date with all the London 2012 Olympics action.
In the first week of the Games, Virgin Media processes 43,932 new registrations for Wi-Fi on the Tube - demonstrating the popularity of the service.
Virgin Media had aimed to activate wireless broadband at 80 stations prior to the Olympics commencing - but fell just short at 72.
However, the broadband provider remains committed to extending its network on the Tube to 120 stations by the end of 2012.